HawthoRNe, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Christina Hawthorne (Jada Pinkett-Smith) is the kind of nurse you want on your side when you or someone you love is in the hospital. She is the kind of nurse who fights for her patients and doesn't let them slip through the cracks. When necessary, she takes on doctors and administrators who are overworked, distracted, or just unable to see the human being behind the hospital chart. Whether showing humanity to a homeless woman, trying to talk a suicidal cancer patient off a ledge, or exposing a doctor's near-fatal error, Hawthorne will do everything in her power to help her patients. Hawthorne is recently widowed — her husband died one year ago after a battle with cancer, leaving her to raise a smart, rebellious teenage daughter on her own. Hawthorne is still coming to terms with losing her husband, finding a way to balance her career with her equally important role as a single parent, and finding the time to take care of someone who always seems to fall through the cracks — herself.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPilot||As TNT's dynamic new series opens, Christina Hawthorne, chief nursing officer for Richmond Trinity Hospital, races to work to try to prevent a suicide attempt by David, an end-stage cancer patient and best friend to her husband. This is the beginning of what is going to be a long day for Christina, a day that happens to be the first anniversary of her husband's death. Putting her mourning on hold, Christina turns her focus to Ray Stein, a nurse who gets into hot water when he goes against his instincts and administers a doctor's questionable treatment; Isabel, a homeless woman who brings a sick infant to the hospital; Camille, Christina's rebellious daughter who has decided to take a stand for free speech in school; and Amanda, Christina's former mother-in-law who also happens to be a member of the hospital board.||43:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHealing Time||Christina becomes attached to a brain aneurism patient (special guest star Malcolm-Jamal Warner) when his dementia leads him to believe she is his wife. This becomes an issue when the patient starts relying on Christina's opinion over Dr. Wakefield's. Kelly gets stuck caring for a cantankerous patient (special guest star Cloris Leachman) for whom nothing she does is satisfactory. After being punched and losing his overtime pay, Ray becomes convinced the hospital is out to get him. And Bobbie continues to be hesitant about pursuing a relationship with handsome paramedic Nick.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYielding||Christina scrambles to create a makeshift ICU bed for a woman whose son isn't ready to let her go. Bobbie helps Kelly handle a difficult case in which an infant has apparently ingested rubbing alcohol, and suspicion has fallen on the mother. Ray tries to spend time with Candy checking expiration dates in the drug closet, but his attention keeps getting pulled by a needy patient. And Camille spends the day sneaking around the hospital when she's supposed to be working on an English essay.||43:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAll the Wrong Places||Christina struggles to save a Korean woman and her little boy after a car accident, but it seems none of their injuries are the cause of their sudden paralysis. Meanwhile, David Gendler, the cancer patient and best friend to Christina's late husband, has taken a seemingly miraculous turn for the better. Bobbie deals with a young woman on the verge of losing her arm because of gangrene. Kelly gets lost in the bowels of the hospital. Candy's reputation for giving special attention to soldiers injured in the war is starting to become a problem for Ray. And Camille goes behind Christina's back and gets permission from her grandmother, Amanda, to go on a class trip.||43:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Sense of Belonging||Christina spends the day giving special attention to a young heart patient who is beginning to suffer from seizures, but the brash young surgeon called in to handle the case has an ego that rubs Christina the wrong way. Ray is assigned to be personal nurse to Amanda, Christina's mother-in-law and a member of the hospital board, who is in the hospital without Christina's knowledge. Kelly takes care of a man whose wife gives new meaning to the word worrywart. Larry in accounting manipulates Candy into agreeing to go on a date with him. And Isabel, the homeless mother, gets a job delivering samples for the hospital lab.||43:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTrust Me||The ER is plunged into chaos when the hospital director agrees to take on extra patients because another local ER is closed down. Among the patients is a study partner of Christina's daughter, Camille. When suspicion arises the boy may be doing drugs, Christina starts to wonder if Camille is, as well. Bobbie and Nick get into a snit with each other during work hours. Candy treats a teenage girl whose father seems to be the one needing medical attention. Ray decides to provide a reporter with a first-person exposé on the ER situation. And Isabel goes into a panic when her baby, Moses, disappears from the hospital.||43:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNight Moves||When the night shift nurse calls off, Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) is forced to pull a 24 hour shift. The first case of the night is Crystal, a teenager on the brink of delivery followed by two married couples laying claim to her unborn baby. Meanwhile, Tom (Michael Vartan) asks Ray ( David Julian Hirsch) to cover for him as medic at a friend's hockey game so he can go out on a date. Ray agrees unenthusiastically but is pleasantly surprised. Bobbi (Suleka Mathew) finds Isabel (Aisha Hinds) back on the streets and invites her to her apartment where the two bond unexpectedly.||43:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNo Guts, No Glory||Christina treats a female patient who may have been abused by her boyfriend, but things might different than they seem at first. Bobbie winds up handling a racist with abdominal pains, while Ray assists with a young man facing the possibility of being paralyzed after injuries endured in a motorcycle accident. To make matters even more complicated, the biker was about to propose to his girlfriend. But a highly risky surgery could change everything. Camille gets a driving lesson from Kelly, who proves to be an even more aggressive teacher than Christina.||43:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMother's Day||Christina leaves Bobbie in charge of the entire hospital nursing staff while she goes into budget battles with Morrissey, who gives Christina until the end of the day to lay off six nurses. The order couldn't come at a worse time for Kelly, who gets into trouble when she refutes Dr. Marshall's treatment for a stroke patient. Nor could it come at a worse time for the ER, which becomes the scene of a devastating tragedy.||42:40||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHello and Goodbye||Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) struggles with the reality that she may lose her close friend David (guest star DB Woodside), whose cancer has returned. But she hopes to wrangle him a spot in a new clinical trial, one that Dr. Tom Wakefield (Michael Vartan) has already promised to another patient. Isabel (guest star Aisha Hinds) tries to get Bobbie's (Suleka Mathew) leg back after selling it on the street. Kelly (Vanessa Lengines) has a difficult time saying goodbye to a longtime patient. Camille (Hannah Hodson) spends the day in Amanda's (Joanna Cassidy) world as part of a school project. Candy (Christina Moore) floors Ray (David Julian Hirsch) with some big news.||42:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this show. I read a couple of early reviews, which were mixed but mostly liked it, and saw it for myself when it premiered. It paints a very interesting picture of hospital life, and Jada Pinkett Smith is a very capable and believable actor. If your in the mood for something fresh and new get it, if not, keep ER.
very good show
i just watched the pilot and all i can say is YAY!!!!! this show could become one of the best drama shows next to GREY'S ANATOMY..... can't wait for the next episode to air!
Great Show :)
This show is amazing. I really recommend that everyone watch HawthoRNe!The pilot episode was great and I was hooked on the show in about 16 minutes!!!Christina Hawthorne is a very devoted nurse who really cares!I wish i had her everytime i'm in the hospital!I will be buying all the episodes and I will continue to support the show!Go HawthoRNe:)